@pete Hello! I just got a Caran D'Ache 849 which I like a lot but the medium nib on it just puts out a ton more ink than the Kaweco Sport fine nib I've been using. I also just ordered this which I absolutely do not need but desire greatly.
My understanding is that "green ink" refers to cranks in British journalism, because circa 1900, when the letters column of the London "Times" was the great forum of public debate, the editors noticed that the strangest or most perseverative letters they got were often written in that colour.
Pelican Edelstein Aventurine, Pilot Iroshizuku Shin-Ryoku, Caran d'Ache Amazon, Herbin Lierre Sauvage, Akkerman Bezuidenwoed-Green, Manufactum Smaragdgrün (private-label for a high-end German department store)… even the bog-standard Pelikan green in a pinch, although it's a bit blue for my taste. I prefer them a little more on the yellowish side.
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